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How to get the Snoopy look

To celebrate 60 years of Peanuts (that’s Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Peppermint Patty and co), a range of exclusive Peanuts goodies are on sale now at London’s Dover Street Market - and the market is even hosting an exclusive installation to promote the collection.

The products, including Charlie Brown-themed watches, shoes and clothes, are designed by Peanut-loving brands including Longchamp, Converse and Lacoste and Dover Street Market is the only UK retailer to stock the range. Check out our gallery below for a sneak preview.

Dover Street Market, 020-7518 0680, open 11am-6pm daily

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